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Pakoon

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Pakoon last won the day on August 3 2019

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  1. I think it's a little more simple than that. If you hate what you do. It'll be more difficult to do than if you enjoyed the same task. Getting up in the morning is hard enough if you don't wanna go somewhere, I think the same applies here If you're gonna do something for the rest of your life, why not enjoy it. If you don't that's fine too, plenty of people don't. If you do enjoy, that's awesome.
  2. Its more like you need to have some drive that's a little deeper than just a job to make it through the training, especially when it's time for residency. You want to at least be sure that you can handle a career in healthcare. I know people who hate what they do, but at the same time they're too deep into it to even think about quitting. Of course there's tons of people who really gain a love for medicine as time passes. You have to ask yourself if it's something you could do for the rest of your life.
  3. 2022 - red 2023 - green If 2024s are yellow we'll make a traffic light!
  4. Please forgive my ignorance, but is this a written exam, are you unable to just study for it as you would any other exam?
  5. No, it didn't happen. many people above cutoffs didn't receive invites , they didn't bend the rules for these people. cut offs are firm.
  6. only a 3.995?!?!?!?! better pack your sunscreen my friend like others said, that won't make a bit of difference with a GPA that high. you good.
  7. My CARS section would agree
  8. Saskatchewan hands down, pretty much guarantees med.
  9. I hate to break it to you, but you may have missed the train. All the people who I know landed competitive residencies started pumping out publications in kindergarten.
  10. Seconded. It's Worthless unless you plan to use it for their scholarships or whatever. If you think about it, it's like honor roll. Most medschool applicants have it. It kinda comes with the high GPA package.
  11. I'd say these forums are a huge part of the reason I got in. The rest of these services or premed help websites are so out dated in terms of their information or admission criteria. Some Haven't even changed their MCAT score requirements to the 2015 MCAT scoring system. They'll charge you money to look over essays and to offer advice. Both of which I was given by this website by great individuals for free. They can screw right off.
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